- Weather: High Wind & Waves Along Coast
- Cat’s Meow SNAP! Reduces Feline Overpopulation Humanely
- Today: Toledo Lioness Club Meets
- Thursday: City Planning Commission Convenes
- Future-Tripping: Feeds, Fun, Fundraisers & More
Stormy weather returns: like to track how high the waves reach at ocean beaches? US National Weather Service’s Marine Forecast for the Columbia River bar charts wind and waves. Link here.
From Toledo Middle School:
Mrs. Chumbley handed out a Toledo Pride shirt today!
Q: Know what else Tuesday’s new moon phase triggers?
A: Date nights for your feline friends!
What to do? Toledo native Twila Collins heads up Cat’s Meow SNAP! of Lewis County, a low cost spay/neuter project to humanely reduce feline overpopulation (free for feral cats). They facilitate an average 1,000 spays/neuters per year for residents of Lewis, Thurston, Cowlitz and Grays Harbor counties.
By the way, you can get kitty microchipped too.
Calendar fills fast - reserve your space today or sign up on waiting list.
Next date(s) for drop off - pick up in Lewis County:* January 28 - 29.
Check for available space to RSVP.
Follow Facebook page for updates.
A 501(c)3 organization, founded August 2009; donate one time or monthly via PayPal or choose other ways to support including Amazon Smile.
*Cowlitz County drop off - pick up: January 20 - 21. Check for available space to RSVP.
Today: Toledo Lioness Club meets:
Come and join us for our monthly meeting @ 408 Silver Street.
We are committed to giving back to our community thru volunteering and giving out 2 scholarships each year.
The Chip Guy says: the food warehouse will be open (today), January 17th at 5 pm. Please remember, do NOT show up before 4:45 pm. Feel free to share this post… See More
Two week countdown to January’s Adult Page Turners reading selection…
Order your copy at the Timberland Regional Library Kiosk in the lobby of Toledo Community Library or download your copy today. Available in print, MP3 audio, CD audio and ebook format. New members and drop ins welcome. Make 2018 the year you get your “read on.”
Adult Page Turners meet 1:30 p.m. last Wednesday monthly for book discussion and to select the next book.
And say HI to Charlie, the heart and soul of Toledo’s Library.
Open until 7 p.m. Wednesday, 5 p.m. Thursday and Saturday.
Reminder: Toledo Community Library will be hosting the Seed Exchange, put on by Norene Weedam, on Saturday March 17th.
All are invited to come and share their seeds and pick up some new ones.
Di Morgan says: Come see my animal hats!
Gallery 505's new Faces exhibit for January features themed artwork by Susan Bradshaw, Anita Chatham, Jamie Cummings, Bob Espen, Frank Frazee, Jeanne Hamilton, Susanné Rose Maestas, Patty Misch, Di Morgan, Jake Morgan, Mike Morgan, Ron Peltola, Vernadel Peterson, Linda Shepherd, Ethan Siegel, Janice Sutherlin, Pauli Wolfe and Dennis Young.
Faces runs through Jan. 27, Wednesday through Saturday from 1 to 5 p.m.
Thursday: Toledo Planning Commission meets 7 p.m third Thursday monthly at City Council Chambers. Open to the public. Contact City of Toledo for more information.
Future-Tripping: Feeds, Fun, Fundraisers & More
Feed: Toledo Presbyterian Church Church invites the community to dinner...
Fun: You are invited to 2018 Paint Nights at Morgan Arts Centre with Di Morgan hosting.
Says Sue Wachter: This will be the first of three paint (and sip) evenings at the Morgan Arts Centre. email: email@example.com or call (360)864-4ART or you may order online at https://www.brownpapertickets.com/event/3089701 to save your space.
Sue and Joan are fun and creative teachers. All supplies will be provided.
See you there!
2018 Paint Nights at Morgan Arts Centre
January 26 Snowy Owl Choose from 4 styles(12 X 12 canvas)
February 28 Walking in the Rain (12 X 16 canvas)
March 29 Tulip ( 12 X 12 or 12 X 16 canvas)
We are so excited to be offering a monthly Paint Night at the Morgan Arts Centre!
Paint Nights are a great opportunity for artists from beginner to advanced to spend creative time together.
Bring friends and plan to make new ones.
Themes and planned designs will allow you either follow along or paint outside the lines resulting in each person taking home a personal masterpiece.
Add Di Morgan's incredible gift of hospitality and we are all sure to have a super experience.
$35.00 per person
Wear clothing that can handle some paint
Aprons will be provided
Includes all supplies and beverages
Sign up early.... our paint nights tend to fill up quickly.
Children 12 and up must be accompanied by an adult
Some designs are in progress.
Fun: Toledo High School invites you to the best night out in town!
Toledo High School Commons
New Date due to Scheduling Conflicts
$3 Mac n Cheese
Fundraiser: Through January 31, 2018 at Toledo Senior Center.
This will be a silent auction held as a fundraiser for our center. It will be going on until Jan 31st.
Come in and check us out.
More: Toledo Tourism group meets January 24 @ Camp Singing Wind. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org to get onboard.
Photos from TOT archives unless otherwise noted.
Everyday Heroes: Envisioned as a local September 11 observation recognizing lesser-known acts of kindness and heroism. Send your nominations to email@example.com.
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